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DOMString containing the message you want to send.
To write an output from your worker to your computer's terminal, you first have to run an instance of Firefox started from your command line/terminal. For example, on Mac OS X you'd run it using something like this (assuming you are inside the
./Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin -profile /tmp -no-remote
Now go into
about:config and enable the
Next, run a worker containing the following line:
This should result in a "test" message being output to the terminal.
This method does not appear in any specification.
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